Dec 5, 2013 4:00am PST
, new york. >>> "the washington post" reports the nsa tracks locations of as many as 5 billion cell phones each day. now, the paper says classified documents leaked by former nsa contractor edward snowden reveals this. he said the spy agency is equipped with a computer program that can build relationship patterns of overseas calls that helps to reveal unknown terror suspects as well. these records do not track americans intentionally, but the nsa does come into contact with some domestic calls. >>> 2 million passwords were stolen and leaked online from accounts you likely use yourself. facebook, twitter, google, and yahoo! accounts were compromised. facebook and twitter have reset the passwords of those affected. a facebook spokesman says, quote, it appears accounts may have been attacked using malware. the investigation also revealed this, the most common password in the set was 123456, used in nearly 16,000 accounts. bill karins is sitting by me, 123456. >> i got to change my. >> how about abcdef. >>> a massive operation resumes this morning to save dozens of beached pilot whales.
Dec 5, 2013 4:00am EST
struggling to heal. jay gray, nbc news, new york. >>> now to an update on nsa spy revelations. the "washington post" reports the agency tracks nearly 5 billion cell phones a day. edward snowden says the spy agency is equipped with a spy program that can build relationship patterns of overseas calls. the records do not track americans intentionally but the nsa does come into contact with domestic calls. >>> 2 million passwords stolen from accounts you likely use and leaked online. according to security experts facebook, twitter, google and yahoo accounts were compromised. facebook and twitter have reset the passwords. a facebook spokesman responded saying it appears that people's computers may have been attacked by hackers using malware. >>> the most common password in the set was 123456 used in a massive 00 accounts operation continues to save dozens of beached whales. specialists are trying to move the 41 living whales into deeper waters where they normally live before low tide returns. it is unknown how the whales ended up in such shallow waters. the species is known for the